Static Cling.....What am I doing Wrong????

Heeter

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I have tried everything!!!

I am getting frustrated!!!!

Fabric softener, dryer sheets, everything.... Everytime I pull my dried clothes out of the dryer, there is enough static cling that the clothes could stick themselves onto anything (painted walls, light fixtures, windows, car, my neighbor's daughter). It usually takes a crowbar to peel them off what they are clinging to. I probably generate enough current to power a small community. Lights flicker at my mere presence with these clothes on (Don't ask about when I have nothing on). I am scared that I might send a bolt of lightning through my freshly built computer.

Any ideas???

And yes, My hair is standing on end as I write this..........

Heeter
 

muzikool

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Orange juice and peanut butter... or hang dry them. :shrug:
 

mooo

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i don't wash my clothes.. just put on the always smell good treat "candies for men" and/or "pleasures for men"
 

Ferral_Imp

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well if it was pantyhose I'd say put them in a little diluted conditioner for your hair.
 

Evil Marge

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Yep ground them.
I got a copper pipe in the garden,wanna hang them on there??? :D
 

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